What's needed to run Muffin?

I have a muffin.jar that seems to run in Windows XP.  We are using it for case-related work.

What do I need to do in order to get it to work?
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java -jar muffin.jar

If you have no runtime, you'll have to download one

mcnuttlawAuthor Commented:
okay, you're talking to a non-java person.

How do I implement java -jar muffin.jar?

If I double click muffin.jar, the program seems to open but what do I do from there?
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Looks like a proxy
mcnuttlawAuthor Commented:
Yup, that link helped.

The browser needs to be set to the proxy server .

Once set, Muffin records the traffic between your browser and the internet.
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